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Motorists in 'serious' accident

Two people have been taken to hospital after a "serious" three-vehicle accident in Moray.

The accident happened on the A96 at Forres at about 1425 BST.

The male driver of a 4x4 was taken by air ambulance helicopter to Raigmore Hospital in Inverness with suspected head injuries.

The female driver of a car was cut free and taken to Dr Gray's Hospital, Elgin. The male lorry driver was unhurt. Police said the road was blocked.




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